Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on June 29, 1963 · Page 3
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Redlands, California
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Saturday, June 29, 1963
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JACK W. T. LEUNG JUDITH OLSON Pre-Season Concert At Bowl Tuesday To Feature Youna Artist Talents The 12th annual pre-season concert at Redlands Bowl at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday, July 2, will present the five winners of the Associates of Redlands Bowl Young Artists Auditions. West in Santa Barbara and will perform with the Academy Sym phony under Maurice Abravanel The remaining artists are pi anists; Judith Olson, Burbank and University of Redlands; Jack Janice Wheeler, soprano of j Leung, Riverside; and Robert Claremont, will sing "Alleluia from Mozart's "Exsultate Jubilate," Wolf's "Verborgenhcit" and "Fussreise," Victor Young's arrangement of "Red Rosy Bush," Dvorak's "The Lark" and "Vis- si d'arte" from Puccini's "Tosca." Harley Reifsnyder will be at the piano. John Konigsmark, violinist ol Redlands. will be heard in Handel's Sonata No. 4 in D Major. His brother, Craig, will accompany. Konigsmark, who graduated recently from Redlands High school, has received a full scholarship to University of Redlands in fall, plus the Edwin B., Garrigues Award. Ife will also study again this summer at Music Academy of the Mrs. Hazelwood, Recently Wed, Shower Honoree Mrs. Charles H. Hazelwood was honor guest at a post nuptial shower this week, given by Mrs. E. Gladys Garton and Mrs. Fred Dobmeier at the latter's new home, 1536 Lassen street. The honoree, who is president of Ladies Au.xiliary to Veterans of World War X, opened many gifts, after which refreshments were served. White wedding bell with ribbon streamers of lily of the valley dusters attached hung from the ceiling over the center of the tea table while its centerpiece of while daisies flanked by while tapers in cr>'stal holders. In addition to the honoree and hostesses, the guest list included Mmes. John H. DeVries, Fred Niemann, Ella Hawkins, Ernest L. Gallup, C. E. Montgomery, S. M. Cox, E. T. Stone, Vineus M. Hollinrake, Thomas C. Byland, R. J. Denniston, J. C. Purinton, Wallace J. Owens, Perry H. Wheeler and Norman C. Herring. Mrs. Hubert AUman and Mrs. Edna La Rue, unable to attend, sent gifts. Sage, La Sierra. Miss Olson will offer the Prestis­ simo from Schumann's Sonata in G Minor and three Debussy works "Feux d'Artifice," "Reflets dans 1 'Eau" and "L 'Isle Joyeuse.' Leung, from Hong Kong, will play Beethoven's C Minor .Sonata Op. 10 No. 1 and three Rondos by Bartok. Sage has programmed the No. 3 in D and No. 9 in F Minor Three part Inventions of Bach, Brahms' Rhapsody in G Jlinor (Op. 79 No. 2), Debussy's "Clair de Lune" and Chopin's Ballade No. in A Flat. There is no admission charge, Redlands Bowl's regular season opens July 9 with Harry Farbman conducting the Redlands Bowl Symphony Orchestra. Q— The bidding has been: South West XOTOI East 14> "Pass. 14k Pass 4* Fass SV Fass ? Ton, South, hold: 4AQfi5 VK32 •AQZ *ABS What do you doj A—Bid six diamonds. 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We salute the faithfulness of the Mail Carrier! f.ARTHIR CORTNER 221 BROOKSIDE AVE. Pf 2-1411 WE SALUTE OUR TO\VN! Warren-Barrett June Nuptials Announced Returning from a honeymoon o! two weeks spent touring various parts of California are Mr. and Mrs. Craig B. Warren. The bride is the former Mrs. Mary Kalhryn Barrett. Judge William J. Clark Jr., a long time family friend from Yucaipa, performed the ceremony June 15. Approximately fifty guests witnessed the double ring ceremony held in the bride's living room. A reception followed in the patio. Mrs. Warren's daughter, .Margaret Barrett, acted as maid of honor while Ernest E. Joule stood for Mr. Warren as best man. At the guest book was Barbara Barrett who also acted as hostess nd served punch. Mr. Warren's daughter, Leslie, cut the three tier cake. Pat and Bill Barrett and John Warren, sons of the couple, acted as Junior hosts. The bride chose a beige and white brocade sheath with matching shoes and purse. Her corsage was a white cattleya orchid. Margaret wore a soft pink sheath with white accessories and a pink and white cymbidium orchid. The pink matched the bride's necklace and hat. Mrs. Warren, of Phoenix, Arizona, had a corsage of pink roses and wore an orchid print dress. Out of town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Warren Roy Anderson, Covina; Jlr. and Sirs. Clifford W. Haney and children, Barbara and BiU. Woodland Hills; Jlrs. Mildred K. Holton, Barstow; Mr. and Mrs. John E. Linn, Banning; Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Lumbard, Fullerton; Tom Perry, Victorville and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Webster, BeU Gardens. The couple will reside at 31 Sherril Lane, Redlands. cciettf ^^SS JOSEPHINE RE.\Y Society Editor • Newly Married Benjamin Avilas Jr. Now At Home In Redlands CHURCH REPRESENTED AT ANNUAL ASSEMBLY Slate Street Christian church is represented at the current 75th annual assembly of all Christian Churches (Disciples of Christ) at Santa Monica's civic auditorium. The assembly convened Wednesday and closes today. Attending from Redlands are the minister. Dr. Hugh J. Williams, Miss Rowena Bedford and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Either. Dr. Williams is a member of the committee on recommendations. U.R. ALUMNA HONORED - Mrs. Leslie N. Shaw, right, the former Margaret Ann White and a 1943 graduate of the University of Redlands, is congratulated by Actress Coleen Gray upon her election as president of the Los Angeles YWCA, a 20,000 member organization and fifth largest in the nation. Mrs. Shaw is the wife of Los Angeles' new postmaster, the first Negro postmaster in that city. The mother of four children and a former high school teacher, Mrs. Show is a member of the Mayor's Community Advisory committee. Making their home at 538 Fifth street in Redlands are recently married Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Avila Jr. (Teresa Anne Castro) whose wedding was an event of June 15 in St. Mary's Catholic church. Rev. Ricardo Meza, pastor of the church, celebrated the Nuptial Mass and performed the wedding ceremony which united the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Castro, 1116 Sapphire street, Mentone, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Avila. 923 Calhoun street The bride was attended by Mrs. Pansy Jacinto and Mrs. Mary .Mascorro who shared the role of matron of honor; Elena Barcia, Frances Castro, Mary Helen Lopez, Y'olanda Trivino, Mrs. Jerry Siiva and Mrs. Jc*n Diaz, brides maids. Frank Jacinto Jr. and Tony Mascorro both stood with tiie bridegroom as best men while ushering duties were taken by AI POLiy'S 'OINTERS By Pelly Cramtr TO REOPEN TALKS WASHINGTON (UPD — The United States and the Soviet Union will open new high-level nuclear test ban talks in Moscow- July 15, U.S. officials said Friday. President Kennedy has named W. Averell Harriman. undersecretary of state for political affairs, to head the U.S. delegation. Rotary Club Dinner Dances Marks "Demotion" Of President Phillips The end of another successful year was noted by Redlands Rot ary club last evening with its annual "demotion" party for retiring president, Schuyler Phillips, attended by members and their wives at the Country club. Tables, where 111 guests were seated, were decorated with little red schoolhouses and schoolyards with youngsters at play. The dec orative theme was chosen in rcc ognition of the retiring president's profession as school principal. Mr. IIZZY By Kate Osann C no >r KU. IK. TM. ><!. trSL f ,t oil. "No, I don't think my father would be interested in buying a new TV. He's still trying to get something he iikes on our old one!" Phillips, who has been principal of Kimberly elementary school during the past year, will be principal of Cope Junior High school next year. Big. shiny red apples were presented to both President "Sky", as he is known by his friends, and to Mrs. Phillips. Master of ceremonies for the evening was the immedite past president, William T. Hartzell, who presented the past president's pin to Mr. Phillips on whose lapel it was pinned by Mrs. Phillips. The outgoing president then in troduced his successor, Ed Zander who will serve during the 1963-61 term. Dancing followed the dinner hour and completed the evening. SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltzer TKb ^lU .M.OIC. We, the Women By RUTH MILLETT, Although all men aren't alike, the qualities that attract one man to a girl usually attract all men. And that's why two girls equally pretty, may find that one has many dates, the other few. It's easy to figure out which one will appeal to men if: One sets out to show a man how intelligent she is and the other one sets out to show a man how intelligent HE is. One of them is self-conscious and ill at ease, and the other is so much at ease herself she can put the man at ease, too. One of them laughs often and easily at the man's attempts at humor and the other tries to show him how clever she is. One of them has a low and pleasant voice and the other talks continuously in a voice pitched to drowTi out any interruption. One of them seems to shine with cleanliness from her glistening hair to her well-manicured hands and the other overlooks small grooming details. One of them is easy to get along with and the other one never seems to be having a very good time. One of them talks about herself all the time and the other encourages the man to do most of the talking, but so subtly that he DEAR POLLY-Children Jove puppet shows. So let them make their own by painting a stage from a suit box lid. Cut out the inside to have a "frame" about two inches wide. Tape to the play table with masking tape and then drape a sheet or blanket around the stage. Let the children draw the characters of their favorite story on stiff paper, cut out and tape to ice cream sticks. The child grasps the stick to make his puppets perform on the stage. Boxes of alphabet noodles are fun for children to arrange into words and then paste on colored paper. Also you can cut out blocks of stiff paper, with a letter in each block and let the child arrange his own words. Or have you tried a "scrambled egg" spelling game? For e.xample, put letters as "ybo" on one piece of paper and then have the child unscramble and put the correct word "boy" on a blank piece. — MRS. LEO, a first grade teacher. GIRLS—I am sure many of you mothers with primary age chil dren will thank Mrs. Leo on the rainy or sick day when the children want to be amused. —POLLY DEAR POLLY—If you or any of the girls buy a knitting bag that does not have "rest buttons" on the bottom to shield the bag from hard wear when it is set down, try this: Sew or glue small sewing buttons on the bottom of the bag. They will prolong the life of the bag and keep it clean. As I was fixing two new ones this morning. I thought maybe other readers would like to do it, too. -MRS. B. E. H. Castro, Julian Vdasco Jr.. Abel Avila, Ben Castro. Jerry Silva and John Diaz. The little flower girls were Del>- bie Castro and Leticia Jimenez while Cathy Castro served as train carrier. Young Eugene Avila Jr. was ring bearer. A reception in the American Legion clubhouse on church street followed the ceremony and a dance continued the post-ceremony celebration, also in the club- bouse. The young bridal couple spent a few days on Santa Catalina Island on their honej-moon. The bride, a Redlands High school graduate, was a member of G.A~A, and secretary of the Service club. Her bridegroom is now employed by Frank Jacinto Jr. Redlands Daily Facts Saturday, June 29,1963 -3 Reading Club Members Earn Certificates The summer "Readmg Roundup" for young readers at Smiley library is getting off to a good start, according to the number of boys and girls who have already completed reading 10 books to earn a reading certificate. They are Carmen, Huram and Mary Negron, Glenn Nicholas, Cynthia Robles, Christine Garcia, ^Iark and Becky Nymeyer, Christine Pounds, Debbie Edwards, Sherril and Sandy Vander Molen, Mary Nakken, Carol Cooper. Marcia Edwards, Heidi Holt, Francine Garcie. Susan Colanan, David Brown, Steven Palms, Roxanne Sylvester, Sharon Estridge, Cherj-I Bruton, Paul and Sondra Hodson, Cindy Pratt, Mary Ellen Fischer. Wil liam Finfrock, Teny Thompson, Nance Munhall, Michael Bruton, Mike StanfUl. Stanley WilUng, Holly and Todd Smith. Kay Miller, Charlotte Finfrock, Pamela Hardy, Jeanie Johnson. Cathy Marie Clark. Julie and Paula Nicholas, Lmda Coons. Evengeline Chio. Bradley and David Chamberlfa, Edward and Louie Calderon. Alex Reyna, Jan Piper, Jan Van Jlouwerik, Cynthia Bruton, John, Donna and JoAnn Van Uffelen, Doug Chadwick, PrisciUa Torres, Nyla Eerkes, Jlichael Poe, Stephen Van Mouwerik, Grace Sawyer, Paul Newman, Carol Painter, Tracy Short, Mark Loge, Sally Disparte, Lupe Calderon. Jane Shoemaker, Donna Poe, Gail Powell, Ian Villarreal, Mary Bazuin, Jack Bates, Brian DeRoo, Phyllis Ortiz, Maureen Hain. Dean Loenhorst, Johanna Foster. Nancy Foster, Ralph Gonzales, Christy Jacobs. Karen Stulta, Rhonda Reynolds, Sharon Goldwasser, Scott Straker, Patricia and Christine Connor, Kristen and Phillip Schmidt, Steve Boone and Jeri Ann Poe. Sunday's Bride Pamela Tucker Feted At Shower An afternoon tea and bridal shower was given Wednesday at Redlands Country club honoring Pamela Tucker who will become the bride of Michael Grant Tucker of Rancbo Santa Fe Sunday afternoon. Hostesses on this occasion were .Mrs. Julian Blakelcy, Mrs. James Edwards, Mrs. Edward JIcOus- key and Mrs. Marj- Agnes Wilson. An orange and green color theme was used in appointments for the tea in recognition of the colors chosen for the bridal attendants at the wedding. Judy and \lcki Edwards and Julie and Jo Ann Blakeley poured. The guest list included Jlrs. Grant Tucker. Rancho Santa Fe, mother of Pam's fiance: JImes. Leiand P. Allen, Robert Baker and Linda, Raymond Beeler and Carol. Gordon Bennett and Merilee. .Arthur L. Bugbee and Sara, Stephen Bugbee. R. G. Campbell Jr., Vernon Crear and Robin. Arthur Lee Creatura, John Creatura and Linda. Mmes. David B. Haag. R. Garn Haycock, William L. Kiley and Kathy. S. R. Loizeau-x and Sue. Thomas .A. Morgan of Santa Barbara, Harry .Aloseley. Harold Moser, Lewis I. Pierce. Barton Ruggles. Robert Schneblin, Robert Scholton. .Alex Scott and Julie. John Straker. James Seaton. Mmes. Leonard Watkins and .N'ancy, Lloyd Watts and Susan Louise, Fred Workman and Linda and Barbara, Charies Ziilch and Wilbur Scho\valter and Carol, Elbert W. Shirk, Dorothy Smith of Loma Linda. Also the Misses Margaret Jean Phelps. Dorothy Arthur, Cynthia Sims, Gertrude McCourtney, Pattie Edwards and Linda Wilson. MAK€fRIENDS A young man who pretenids to be the last of the big spenders may fined himself too broke to ask a girl for another (date. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified -Ads. DOWNTOV/N REDLANDS DEAR POLLY—^Vhen making a dress or housecoat with a full skirt, try running a basting thread through the gathers and then pin the work to a smooth surface like a bed or davenport to space the gathers evenly. The skirt is much easier to handle and work with and when the gathers are even, proceed as usual. —G. H. C, GIRLS—This is a really super idea. The coffee stains disappear like magic. My daughter-in-law had some cream-colored plastic cups with deep coffee stains and our eyes popped as we watched the insides of the cups quickly restored to the same color as the outside. It was smooth as glass, too. —POLLY DEAR POLLY—As plastic cups get older, stains penetrate and are hard to remove. I was ready to throw mine away and buy glass ones when my husband came to the rescue. He cleaned the cups with silicon carbide paper. This is somewhat like a fine sandpaper but is black. He used a medium fine piece and "wet" it. I was thrilled with the results and there was not a trace of stain left. -MRS. R. S. doesn't realize he's doing it. Those are just a few of the reasons why two girls can share beauty honors and yet one click with men and the other doesn't. "Hi, everybody! Catch anithing?" JAMES A. 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